Rossi in His Lab, 2013 (Picture)

Thanks to Mr. Moho for finding this page on Vessela Nikolova’s E-Cat-The New Fire website where she is marketing her new biography of Andrea Rossi by the same name. The picture is of Andrea Rossi in his Ferrara, Italy, factory (before Rossi moved his operations to Industrial Heat, LLC, in North Carolina) and was apparently taken on September 26, 2013.

The picture is shown in the newly published ebook, and Nikolova says it is part of a “much larger and interesting” photograph that she will release in the near future.

Andrea Rossi in Ferrara Lab, Sept. 2013. Image courtesy of Vessela Nikalova, from her book E-Cat , The New Fire: the biography of Andrea Rossi.

Go to this page to get access to a high resolution picture, and for details about the equipment that is shown on the table in front of Andrea Rossi.

  • Bob Greenyer

    Well that absolutely confirms the CCI Fusion 3 Phase power SCR unit and that it was being used with an older ECat

  • bitplayer

    Depends on what you consider “strange”.

  • Ophelia Rump

    Publicity photo. They always look funny.

    Crane shot.

  • Patrick Ellul

    Surely someone will say… “he looks like he’s feeling very cold. The e-cat must not produce any heat”

  • Fortyniner

    A white labcoat is de rigeur for any publicity photo shoot to do with science or medicine. That’s not a stethoscope round his neck is it??

  • Fortyniner

    Desperate times require desperate innuendo…

  • Omega Z

    Perceptions, Perceptions.
    You think you see Rossi studying data of the Hot Cat.
    Foolish People of ECW.

    He is reading comments on JONP. He’s thinking –

    Who is this Stupido Omega Z?
    Every day. He asks, Mister Rossi, What is the secret?
    I told him. The secret, it is a secret.
    Every day for 1 1/2 years, I have to spam him.
    If Only the Hot Cat was this persistent, I would have infinite COP.
    Look, He signs, O.Z., Does he think he is Wizard.
    Not much of a Wizard if he needs my Secret. he he he

  • Obvious

    I wonder if Ni62 is still (only) $19 /mg. The (formerly) on-hand supply should be all gone by now, if there are some serious experiments being started. That should drive the price up quite a bit.